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God Johnson Live at The Cabooze on 2005-06-15


Topics Live concert


Selections From 2 Set Show:
Drama
Stop
Savannah
Mobile
Crosseyed And Painless
Cities
The Squirms
Break Of Day


Collection GodJohnson
Band/Artist God Johnson
Date June 15, 2005
Venue The Cabooze
Location Minneapolis, MN

Source 24 Track off the lines > ProTools > CD > EAC > Goldwave 3.06/Sound Forge 7.0
Taped by Kevin Sinclair
Transferred by Nate Anderson


Notes

This is obviously not a pure show. The actual show was much longer and this is only selections. There are
also a number of audio flaws with the recording. There are times in Mobile and Savannah where the recording
drops down to "solo" a channel.. there is nothing I can do to fix this really without taking liberties with
the music. What I have fixed: A simple EQ in Sound Forge to drop the bass from what was distorting my
system to something reasonable and a boost in the low/mid mids to bring out some low mixed instruments. I
also went through and fixed some hiccups (places where the tracks didn't line up with the songs and even
better yet places where a song would start then silence the the song would start again. This final product
sound more like it was a real set contiguous.

That all being said given the multitrack line source of the recording the sound quality is excellent and
you can judge Kevin's mix for yourself.. (I'm overly picky sometimes but some of the vocals and keys are
undermixed in my opinion) anyway.. enjoy! This is a great example of the Johnson. More to come down the
road.. Kevin will be doing these multitracks off and on until the Johnson goes into the studio this fall.

-Nate 'Dogg' Anderson

Reviews

Reviewer: buddyboy33 - - July 11, 2008
Subject: This is horrible!!!
What a lame-ass band...super weak Jane's cover. These guys truly suck. God Johnson my anus!!!
Reviewer: tragnast - - November 18, 2005
Subject: Not original, and mediocre jamming.
The sound is pretty good, and you can hear each instrument well.
I don't know what the hype is about with these guys. They sound like a typical jamband. The songs are really funky, so I guess that is the draw. Still, the jams are lacking, and there is no attempt to be really creative. The vocals are fairly bad, but so are alot of these kinds of bands. There is some potential here, but if they keep playing it safe, will just be another okay band.
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